Have you ever considered adding a piano lab time to your studio? Not sure where you would even start? The Keys to Imagination Double Click Curriculum makes it simple!
Adding lab time can help you to increase your income (with two students in the studio together), and can help your students progress faster in their music studies. Michelle Sisler created the Double Click Curriculum which provides corresponding music lab activities for each concept introduced in method books. Not only does this make planning so much easier for us piano teachers, but it lends a certain “validity” in parent’s eyes to lab time, when they have a specific book to use in that time.
Michelle has also created the online conference for music teachers, Music Ed Connect. You can now attend a complete conference from your own home! All the talks are available to stream live, and to watch back later, with online discussions and downloadable materials.
Take a listen to to today’s podcast to learn how you can start a music lab in your piano studio, and for a special discount on Music Ed Connect 2016!
In this episode, you’ll learn:
- The benefit of adding a music lab to your studio
- What you need to set up a music lab
- How the double click curriculum works
- The idea behind the Music Ed Connect online conference
- How the online conference works
- The benefits of an online conference
Items mentioned in this podcast:
- Double Click Curriculum
- Video about the Double Click Curriculum
- Music Ed Connect Conference
- Piano Maestro
- Flashnote Derby
- Rhythm Swing
- NCKP conference
Michelle is offering $20 off the Music Ed Connect conference to Tim Topham TV listeners! Just visit the Music Ed Connect website and enter the code podcast16 at checkout.
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